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  • Columns | January 06, 2015

    Cameron: Royals gambling on new of f-season acquisitions

    KANSAS CITY — The Royals’ run to the final game of the World Series produced enough electricity to keep Ogden lit up for decades. And guess what? Pitchers and catchers report to spring training in about seven weeks. Can we get Faith Hill to sing: ‘Are

  • Women's Basketball | January 06, 2015

    Former KSU coach headed to Sparks

    Brian Agler is very familiar with how talented the Los Angeles Sparks are, having coached against them for so many years. Now he’ll get a chance to lead them. Agler — who was the head women’s coach at Kansas State from 1993-96 — was announced

  • Football | January 05, 2015

    Cats bid farewell to seniors, look ahead

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    In just a few months the Kansas State football team will be back at it, preparing for spring ball, and doing so riding a two-game losing streak to end the 2014 season. It wasn’t the end to the season the Wildcats wanted on Friday night —

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | January 05, 2015

    K-State men spiraling out of control

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    Back in December, I wrote that the Kansas State men’s basketball team didn’t need to hit the panic button yet. Now it feels like that’s well overdue for the Wildcats. K-State is now 7-7 this season after dropping three straight games, and

  • Men's Basketball | January 05, 2015

    K-State hoops legend Jack Parr dies at 78

    One of the best basketball players in Kansas State history, Jack Parr, died at his home on Sunday in Lindsborg. Parr, whose No. 33 was retired in 2005 as part of the first class, was a member of K-State’s 10-player All-Century team and still holds the

  • Local |Kansas State University |Football | January 04, 2015

    UCLA sacks K-State, 40-35, in Alamo Bowl

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    SAN ANTONIO — Kansas State scored four second-half touchdowns to rally from a 25-point halftime deficit in the Alamo Bowl, but it still wasn’t enough Friday night, as No. 14 UCLA held on to beat the 11th-ranked Wildcats, 40-35, at the Alamodome. “They didn’t give

  • Women's Basketball | January 04, 2015

    Cyclones shoot down Wildcats, 60-55

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to tie the game at 50 late, but was unable to finish the comeback, losing on the road to Iowa State, 60-55, to open Big 12 play in Ames, Iowa. Senior Ashia Woods led

  • Women's Basketball | January 03, 2015

    Former Wamego standout Kaylee Page enrolls at K-State

    After opting to transfer from Nebraska nearly a month ago, it appears freshman forward and Alma native Kaylee Page will join the women’s basketball program at Kansas State under head coach Jeff Mittie. Page has enrolled in the school and appears on its online

  • Football | January 03, 2015

    Mora-Snyder handshake creates a stir

    SAN ANTONIO — A not-so-friendly and uncharacteristically brief handshake between UCLA head coach Jim Mora and Kansas State’s Bill Snyder following the Bruins’ 40-35 victory over the Wildcats in the Alamo Bowl created quite the buzz late Friday night. Video of the customary handshake at

  • Men's Basketball | January 02, 2015

    Cats lose tight one to Georgia

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    Every team wants to get on the right track before conference play begins. But Kansas State will head into Big 12 play this weekend sliding off the rails and looking for something to go its way. The Wildcats dropped their second straight game on Wednesday, losing

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